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... Most notably, the fantasy camp -where participants play with their sporting heroes, often at an infamous sporting venue (Gammon 2002) -highlights the corporeal, physical nature of sport heritage. Many sports museums, which are frequently part of stadia infrastructure, have sport simulators that provide the visitor the chance to 'try' a particular sport, and experience something of an empathetic connection with elite athletes
(Ramshaw 2011b). Ramshaw (2010) further notes that sports museums simulator displays also often provide information for young visitors and their parents to enrol in a particular sport or try sport 'for real' outside of the museum/stadium context. ... The healthy stadia agenda and sport heritage research appear to have much in common, though their relationship has not yet been explored in any detail. Many sport heritages involve playing particular sports, which may enhance physical activity aims of the healthy stadia agenda, while stadium tours – a staple of sport heritage industry – may also incorporate healthy stadia narratives. Similarly, sport heritage and the healthy stadia agenda are potential partners in public education, both through informal stadia-based public programmes and venue displays as well as more formal curriculum-based programming at sporting venues. However, the relationship between sport heritage and the healthy stadia agenda may also have some issues and challenges as well, as many sport heritages involve health risks and unhealthy behaviour. Ultimately, managers and researchers alike may wish to further consider the relationship between sport heritage and the healthy stadia agenda.
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This pilot project proposes to develop, implement, and evaluate a non-pharmacological, sports-based reminiscence therapy (RT) kit and protocols based on Clemson football’s history and heritage for
use at assisted living and memory care facilities in upstate South Carolina. Sport is a logical theme for RT interventions. Sport creates some of the most resilient ties to personal and collective pasts, and can evoke strong memories and lasting connections between people, places, and communities. There is growing interest in using the sporting past in health and wellbeing, specifically as a tool for RT. Given the important and positive role Clemson football has played in the lives of upstate South Carolina residents, it is very likely that a Clemson football-themed RT kit and protocol would be both welcomed and helpful for dementia care patients and their families. Furthermore, the proposed RT kit and protocol could be adapted to other sporting themes, have significant potential for scholarly impact, and have multiple potential avenues for further funding. ... [more] View project
This project is an authored book which examines the relationship between heritage and sport. It is currently under contract with Channel View Publications with an anticipated submission date of Oct
ober 2018. ... [more] View project
This project was designed to meet SC Sea Grant 2012-2014 priorities under Strategic Area II, Goal 1, Objective 1.1: “Research and outreach to assist the state’s natural resource-dependent businesse
s in developing and implementing innovative product lines, technologies, and services that foster a healthy local economy and sustainable resource base” and Strategic Area III, Goal 2, Objective 2.2: “Develop new products and innovative marketing approaches to increase seafood availability and profitability.”
The ultimate goal was to explore potential for the development of a South Carolina Seafood Trail, targeting tourists and others on the coast, as a means to highlight and promote the availability of local seafood products and to tell the story of seafood harvest on the coast. The goal was not to facilitate the creation of a seafood trail, but to determine if there was interest among stakeholders and collaborative capacity for development. The project had three objectives:
• Objective 1: Identify all potential business participants and tourism planning partners relevant to a seafood related tourism trail on the South Carolina coast.
• Objective 2: Gather input from potential trail stakeholders (businesses, tourism planners) on strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats related to formation of a seafood trail.
• Objective 3: Facilitate information sharing and collaborative thinking among potential business partners and tourism management organizations regarding development of an SC Seafood Trail. ... [more] View project June 2017 · International Review for the Sociology of Sport
On investigating the gendered experiences of Western Canadian ‘ladies barrel racing’ rodeo competitors, the sportswomen we interviewed emphasized their unique bond with the horse as the distinguishing feature that made them ‘legitimate’ barrel racers compared to other rodeo cowgirls, and ‘feminine’ compared to cowboys. This paper further explores how the barrel racers studied focused on their
... [Show full abstract] rider–horse interaction to discursively separate themselves from other rodeo women and men. First, we examine how discourse informs the creation of subjects in the rider–horse relationship among ‘legitimate’ barrel racers. An expanded understanding of subjectification reveals three distinct, yet interrelated subject positions in barrel racing (the athlete, the team member and the trainer) that set them apart from other rodeo women. Second, the analysis uncovers their reproduction of normative femininity in the way they differentiated themselves from male horse trainers and rodeo competitors based on their distinctive rapport with the horse. Read more April 2016 · International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching
Volleyball Canada and Volleyball Quebec developed long-term athlete development models in order to guide volleyball coaches concerned with athlete development. These models propose guidelines about the development of skills. However, it has yet to be determined whether coaches apply long-term athlete development guidelines in their coaching practice. Therefore, the objectives of this study were
... [Show full abstract] to describe the amount of time devoted to the various skills trained by four volleyball coaches of different levels and to compare these training skills with the long-term athlete development guidelines. The results of this multiple case study (n = 4) indicated that based on long-term athlete development guidelines, (a) college and university coaches over-trained technical skills; (b) high school coaches and university coaches undertrained individual tactical skills; and (c) high school coaches over-trained team tactical skills. Corrective measures that might help coaches apply the long-term athlete development guidelines are changes in the access to training facilities, competition schedules, and coach education programs. Read more Article Full-text available April 2019 · Mineralogical Magazine
IMA No. 2018-133
Darby kimberlite field, beneath the west central Rae Craton, ca. 200 km SW of the community of Kugaaruk, Nunavut, Canada (67°23’56.6”N, 93°21’13.9”W)
Chiara Anzolini*, Fei Wang, Garrett A. Harris, Andrew J. Locock, Dongzhou Zhang, Steven D. Jacobsen and D. Graham Pearson
The Na analogue of jeppeite
a = 15.363(3), b
... [Show full abstract] = 3.7782(7), c = 9.127(1) Å, β = 99.3(1)°
7.57(73), 6.31(68), 3.66(75), 3.02(100), 2.96(63), 2.71(62), 2.09(51), 1.89(48)
Type material is deposited in the mineralogical collections of the Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6, Canada, catalogue number M59224
How to cite: Anzolini, C., Wang, F., Harris, G.A., Locock, A.J., Zhang, D., Jacobsen, S.D. and Pearson, D.G. (2018) Nixonite, IMA 2018-133. CNMNC Newsletter No. 48, April 2019, page 315; Mineralogical Magazine, 83, 315–317. View full-text Last Updated: 05 Jul 2022
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